Posts Tagged ‘Dharmais Hospital’

YMCKK would like to thank Vita and her team at Persegi Creative Work for generously painting the murals on the PICU (Paediatrics Intensive Care Unit) walls at Dharmais hospital.  The PICU has been named Wijaya Kusuma after the flower which Vita painted on the entrance of the PICU facility.

A big thanks to students and teachers from the Jakarta International School for assisting with the mural as well.


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We visited RS Dharmais last week and made waffles with the kiddies! All the kids loved the fun activity as you can see from the photos.
Waffle making
Six year old Ahmad Dzaki from Padang is on his second round of chemo but enjoyed eating a waffle.
Wahmad Dzaki
Lena is 7 years old from Subang and has rhabdomyoblastoma (a highly malignant tumor arising in striated muscle) but that didn’t stop her from making a waffle.


Nuristiqomah is from Medula and is being treated for brain cancer.   She is 11 yrs old and misses her friends at school so was glad to join the waffle making activity with Mary’s Cancer Kiddies.  
MCK would like to thank the students from the British School Jakarta for coming to RS Dharmais and helping the children make waffles.

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A big THANK YOU to Bonnie and Sahba from the British School, Jakarta, for all their efforts in raising money for the PICU/HCU at Dharmais Hospital.  They raised Rp180 million through their HAIR FOR YOU fundraising campaign. The money will be used to purchase medical equipment required for the Paediatrics Intensive Care Unit (PICU) in the children’s ward at Dharmais Hospital.

Bonnie and Sahba after

Bonnie and Sahba with two children who have cancer after shaving their hair

Bonnie and Sahba before

Bonnie and Sahba with some of the children from Dharmais before the HAIR FOR YOU event

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Mary’s Cancer Kiddies’ are helping to pay medication for three and a half year old Aska pictured here with his Mother. Aska is from Pontianak and has testicular cancer.  He is receiving treatment at RS Dharmais.

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Congratulations to Chris Birt for completing the half ironman challenge in 5 hours and 44 minutes – WELL DONE Chris!

Donate here:https://en.kitabisa.com/chrisbirt

MCK were delighted to show Chris’ wife, Jacquie, around the children’s ward at RS Dharmais recently. Pictured below, Jacquie met 6 year old Chairul who has recently started chemotherapy treatment for AML Leukaemia.

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Mary’s Cancer Kiddies visited Dharmais Hospital recently and met with Valensya who is seven years old and is currently being treated for Leukemia. Valensya is from Pontianak in West Kalimantan and is on schedule with her chemotherapy treatment.


We also met Ahmad Az Zahidi pictured below with Dr Edi Tehuteru.  Three and a half year old Ahmad is from Balikpapan in East Kalimantan and is currently progressing nicely with his chemotherapy for Neuroblastoma.

Ahmad Az Zahidi

Mary’s Cancer Kiddies is helping both patients by paying for chemotherapy medication that is not covered by BPJS (government health insurance).

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Mary’s Cancer Kiddies were absolutely delighted to have the Red Nose Foundation perform at Dharmais Hospital. Below is a snippet from their February monthly newsletter.


As part of commemorations for International Childhood Cancer Day, Red Nose Foundation was invited by Mary’s Cancer Kiddies, a cancer care organization, to perform at Dharmais Hospital – National Cancer Center to the kids who receive treatment.

Artistic Director Dedi along with circus teachers Wawan and April performed circus tricks and clowning to entertain the kids and staff who come to the show. “While there are over 30 kids in this hospital, unfortunately only these 6 are fit enough to leave their rooms and join us,” mentioned Inge, a volunteer of Mary’s Cancer Kiddies.

At the end of the show, the kids tried basic circus skills in a workshop and then sang nursery rhymes together with Red Nose team, their parents and medical staff.

Despite their physical condition and the IV tubes attached to their hands, the 6 kids were excited to learn the circus tricks that we showed them. Some of them could keep a plate spinning on their fingers, which brought them great joy!

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